I played with Timeline.JS today.
When something about one of my payment instruments changes I don’t have to update 50 gazillion services. A credit card getting stolen or the expiration date flips to a new one or they force new chip cards on us or
We’ve survived Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Today is a marvelously, ingeniously branded day to encourage charitable giving. As with all things, my take is a little different. Ways to Give That Don’t Require Money: Think of the most accomplished, amazing
So I’m thinking about writing a book. The possible topic list in my head has no bounds but there’s an 80% chance it will be very technical. I know three things about myself that informed my next steps. First, when
This post was originally published on Braintree Payments’ blog, Strongly Typed here. To every woman who codes, I’ve been writing code myself for 17 years. As a female programmer (among other things), I’ve met a range of men who work
This post was originally published on the LXD @ Spartz blog on June 10, 2014. Whether someone is asking me how to learn Google Analytics for professional development reasons or I am teaching someone in-house at Spartz, I have put
This blog post was originally published on the LXD @ Spartz blog on June 17, 2014. Why are these essential things to do before you start collecting data? Because Google Analytics (GA) only applies these changes going forward, it will